Triathlete, Manuel "Manny" Huerta was born in Cuba.
Desiree Davila; this Latina runner made the Olympic team by finishing second in 2012 Olympic Trials Marathon.
Taekwondo athletes and brother and sister, Diana López and Steven López were born to Nicaraguan parents.
Mexican-American Joseph Díaz Jr., is the youngest member of the U.S. Olympic boxing team at 19 years old.
Gymnast Danell Leyva was born in Cuba and moved to Miami as a toddler. USA Today reports Leyva moved to the United States after his mother sought better treatment for his severe asthma.
Water polo player, Anthony Azevedo was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Water polo runs in the Azavedo family, "Tony's" father is a coach and his sister plays professionally in Europe.
Marlen Esparza, boxing for team USA, is of Mexican decent.
Soccer star, Amy Rodríguez, nicknamed 'A-Rod' by her teammates, is half Cuban.
Gymnast John Orozco's family is from Puerto Rico.
Jose Ramírez (red) lands a punch on Raynell Williams during the 2012 U.S. Men's Boxing Olympic Team Trials.
Ramírez's father emigrated from Mexico.
Participating in Track & Field for Team USA is Leo Manzano.
Manzano was born in Mexico and emigrated to the United States with his family at the age of four.
Professional swimmer Ryan Lochte is half Cuban.
U.S. Olympic weightlifter Sarah Robles.
Three-time Olympian (London will be her forth games), water polo player Brenda Villa is the daughter of Mexican immigrants.
These athletes will be going for the gold in Red, White and Blue at the London Olympics, but they are undeniably Latino.